City Controller Alan Butkovitz encouraged members of the Tacony Civic Association to contact his office if they witness incidents of government fraud.
Father Judge High School will have home turf when the nearby Ramp Playground is upgraded.
Kathy Perpetua, the Holme Circle woman who sells handmade rosary beads, last week donated $2,235 to the widows’ fund of International Association of Fire Fighters Local 22.
Somerton’s World War I and World War II veterans have a bright new memorial thanks to the members of a local Boy Scout troop, along with several generous businessmen and neighbors. The Somerton Civic Association helped bring them all together.
Accused Tacony “House of Horrors” mastermind Linda Ann Weston has been pronounced mentally fit to stand trial as a Dec. 19 preliminary hearing date looms for her and three co-defendants.
The federal government is making it worth employers’ while to hire military veterans.
A former Philadelphia Police captain and community leader from the Far Northeast winds up on the other side of the law at an Occupy Wall Street confrontation in New York City.
I am grateful to have a roof over our heads. My SSI doesn’t go very far. I would like to give my son a nice dinner and maybe a gift for Christmas. He is what I live for.
Police are looking for a man and a woman who wanted a ride badly enough to steal one.
St. Hubert High School recently celebrated its 70th anniversary. Breanna Simpson (Class of 2012) poses with Ginny Clark Quinlan, a member of St. Hubert’s Class of 1942.